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ApeosPort-IV C5575
ApeosPort-IV C4475
ApeosPort-IV C3375
ApeosPort-IV C3373
ApeosPort-IV C2275
DocuCentre-IV C5575
DocuCen...
Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server, Windows Vista, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft
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Replacing Drum Cartridges R1, R2, R3, or R4
(for Customers Having a Spot Maintenance Contract).............................
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5 Tools..................................................................................................
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Delete Form................................................................................................................
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Accounting Login Screen Settings.........................................................................
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Step 3 Configuration on the Computer ......................................................................................
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Step 3 Confirmation on the Computer......................................................................
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Installation Overview.....................................................................................................
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Image Quality Trouble ..................................................................................
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Staple Jams in Staple Cartridge (For Finisher-B1) ........................................................................
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Notes and Restrictions on the Interrupt Mode ...........................................................
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1 Before Using the Machine
This chapter describes the organization of this guide and conventions used in this guide.
Prefa...
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BeforeUsingtheMachine
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Warning:
This equipment will be inoperable when mains power fails.
P...
Types of Manuals
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Types of Manuals
The following guides are provided with the machine.
Accompany...
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BeforeUsingtheMachine
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Using This Guide
This guide is intended for system administrators, a...
Using This Guide
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14 Authentication and Accounting Features
The machine has the Authentication f...
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BeforeUsingtheMachine
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Orientation of documents or paper is described in this guide as foll...
Interface Cables
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BeforeUsingtheMachine
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Interface Cables
When you connect he machine directly to your computer, use th...
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BeforeUsingtheMachine
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For more information on setting items, refer to "Printer Environment...
Energy Saver Mode
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Energy Saver Mode
The machine is equipped with the Energy Saver mode that red...
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- Private Charge Print
- Faxes stored in folders
- Direct Fax
- Acce...
Energy Saver Mode
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3 Select [Tools] on the [Services Home] screen.
Note •When the [Services Home...
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BeforeUsingtheMachine
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Completely Disabling Smart WelcomEyes
This section describes how to ...
Customizing the Control Panel
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Customizing the Control Panel
You can change the services display...
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5 Select [Screen Default], and then select
[Change Settings].
6 Sele...
Customizing the Control Panel
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4 Select [System Settings] > [Common Service
Settings] > [Screen/...
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Job Flow Sheets (ApeosPort series models only)
Web Applications (Ape...
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2 Enter the system administrator’s user ID with
the numeric keypa...
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BeforeUsingtheMachine
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Services Home - Additional Features
You can select additional featur...
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6 Select the position where you want to assign an
additional feat...
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2 Enter the system administrator’s user ID with
the numeric keypad o...
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Adjusting Screen Brightness
You can adjust the screen brightness ...
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Entering Text
During operations, a screen for entering text sometime...
2 Paper and Other Media
This chapter describes the paper that can be used with the machine, precautions when
handling pape...
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  1. 1. ApeosPort-IV C5575 ApeosPort-IV C4475 ApeosPort-IV C3375 ApeosPort-IV C3373 ApeosPort-IV C2275 DocuCentre-IV C5575 DocuCentre-IV C4475 DocuCentre-IV C3375 DocuCentre-IV C3373 Administrator Guide
  2. 2. Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server, Windows Vista, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Network are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. NetWare is a registered trademark of Novell, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Adobe, Acrobat, PostScript, and Adobe PostScript 3 are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. EtherTalk, Macintosh, and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple, Inc.. PCL, HP-GL, and HP-GL/2 are registered trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Corporation. ThinPrint is a registered trademark of ThinPrint GmbH in Germany and other countries. Unicode is a registered trademark of Unicode, Inc.. All product/brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective holders. Microsoft product screen shot(s) reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation. For information on license, refer to About License. XEROX, the sphere of connectivity design, PDF Bridge, ContentsBridge, Smart WelcomEyes, ApeosWare, CentreWare, and DocuShare are trademarks or registered trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the U.S. or Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. DocuWorks is a trademark of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. In this manual, safety instructions are preceded by the symbol . Always read and follow the instructions before performing the required procedures. The data saved in the hard disk of the machine may be lost if there is any problem in the hard disk. Fuji Xerox is not responsible for any direct and indirect damages arising from or caused by such data loss. Fuji Xerox is not responsible for any breakdown of machines due to infection of computer virus or computer hacking. Important 1. This manual is copyrighted with all rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied or modified in whole or part, without the written consent of the publisher. 2. Parts of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. 3. We welcome any comments on ambiguities, errors, omissions, or missing pages. 4. Never attempt any procedure on the machine that is not specifically described in this manual. Unauthorized operation can cause faults or accidents. Fuji Xerox is not liable for any problems resulting from unauthorized operation of the equipment. An export of this product is strictly controlled in accordance with Laws concerning Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade of Japan and/or the export control regulations of the United States.
  3. 3. Table of Contents 3 Table of Contents Table of Contents.................................................................................................................................................3 1 Before Using the Machine...................................................................................................................15 Preface ...................................................................................................................................................................16 Types of Manuals...............................................................................................................................................17 Using This Guide ................................................................................................................................................18 Organization of This Guide......................................................................................................................18 Conventions...................................................................................................................................................19 Interface Cables.................................................................................................................................................21 Using the USB Interface...........................................................................................................................21 Using the Ethernet Interface..................................................................................................................22 Energy Saver Mode...........................................................................................................................................23 Changing the Interval for Entering Energy Saver Mode .............................................................24 Completely Disabling Smart WelcomEyes........................................................................................26 Customizing the Control Panel.....................................................................................................................27 Changing the Screen Default .................................................................................................................27 Setting the Screen After Auto Clear.....................................................................................................28 Customizing the Button Layout.............................................................................................................29 Assigning Services to the Custom Buttons........................................................................................33 Adjusting Screen Brightness....................................................................................................................35 Changing the Feature Screen.................................................................................................................35 Entering Text .......................................................................................................................................................36 2 Paper and Other Media........................................................................................................................37 Paper Types..........................................................................................................................................................38 Loadable Quantity and Weight for Supported Paper...................................................................38 Supported Paper Type...............................................................................................................................39 Loading Paper .....................................................................................................................................................50 Loading Paper in Trays 1 to 4.................................................................................................................50 Loading Paper in Tray 3 (When Tandem Tray Module is Installed).......................................51 Loading Paper in Tray 4 (When Tandem Tray Module is Installed).......................................52 Loading Paper in Tray 5............................................................................................................................52 Loading Paper in Tray 6 (HCF B1) ........................................................................................................53 Changing the Paper Size.................................................................................................................................55 Changing the Paper Size for Trays 1 to 4..........................................................................................55 Changing the Paper Size for Tray 3 (When Tandem Tray Module is Installed)................56 Changing the Paper Size for Tray 4 (When Tandem Tray Module is Installed)................57 Changing the Paper Size for Tray 6 (HCF B1)..................................................................................58 Changing the Paper Settings........................................................................................................................60 3 Maintenance ............................................................................................................................................63 Replacing Consumables..................................................................................................................................64 Replacing Toner Cartridges.....................................................................................................................66 Replacing Waste Toner Container (R5)..............................................................................................68
  4. 4. 4 Replacing Drum Cartridges R1, R2, R3, or R4 (for Customers Having a Spot Maintenance Contract)............................................................... 71 Replacing Staple Cartridge (for Finisher-A1) ................................................................................... 75 Replacing Staple Cartridge (for Finisher-B1) ................................................................................... 76 Replacing Staple Cartridge (for Finisher-C1 or Finisher-C1 with Booklet Maker) ............. 78 Replacing Staple Cartridge (for Booklet Maker Unit for Finisher-B1).................................... 79 Replacing Staple Cartridge (for Finisher-C1 with Booklet Maker)........................................... 80 Emptying the Hole Punch Waste Container (for Finisher-B1)................................................... 82 Emptying the Hole Punch Waste Container (for Finisher-C1 or Finisher-C1 with Booklet Maker)..................................................................... 83 Replacing Stamp (for Duplex Automatic Document Feeder B1-C) ........................................ 84 Replacing Stamp (for Duplex Automatic Document Feeder B1-PC)...................................... 85 Cleaning the Machine...................................................................................................................................... 87 Cleaning the Exterior................................................................................................................................. 87 Cleaning the Interior (LED Printheads).............................................................................................. 87 Cleaning the Touch Screen ..................................................................................................................... 89 Cleaning Document Cover and Document Glass (for Duplex Automatic Document Feeder B1-C) ............................................................................ 89 Cleaning Document Cover and Document Glass (for Duplex Automatic Document Feeder B1-PC).......................................................................... 90 Cleaning Film and Constant Velocity Transport Glass (for Duplex Automatic Document Feeder B1-C) ............................................................................ 91 Cleaning Film and Constant Velocity Transport Glass (for Duplex Automatic Document Feeder B1-PC).......................................................................... 91 Cleaning Document Feeder Rollers...................................................................................................... 93 Executing Calibration....................................................................................................................................... 94 Executing 2 Sided Color Scanning Calibration ...................................................................................... 98 Printing a Report/List .....................................................................................................................................100 Deleting a Private Charge Print Job with an Invalid User ID.........................................................101 Setting Restore Tool.......................................................................................................................................102 4 Machine Status.....................................................................................................................................103 Overview of Machine Status.......................................................................................................................104 Machine Information ....................................................................................................................................105 General Information................................................................................................................................105 Paper Tray Status......................................................................................................................................106 Print Reports................................................................................................................................................106 Automatically Printed Reports/Lists ..................................................................................................115 Overwrite Hard Disk..................................................................................................................................116 Print Mode....................................................................................................................................................116 Fax Receiving Mode.................................................................................................................................119 Faults....................................................................................................................................................................120 Supplies................................................................................................................................................................121 Billing Information..........................................................................................................................................122 Billing Information ...................................................................................................................................122 User Account Billing Information.......................................................................................................123
  5. 5. Table of Contents 5 5 Tools......................................................................................................................................................... 125 System Settings Procedure ......................................................................................................................... 126 Step 1 Entering System Administration Mode............................................................................. 126 Step 2 Entering the System Administrator User ID and Passcode....................................... 126 Step 3 Selecting [Tools] ......................................................................................................................... 127 Step 4 Selecting a Setting Item on the [Tools] Screen ............................................................. 127 Step 5 Setting a Feature........................................................................................................................ 129 Step 6 Exiting System Administration Mode ................................................................................ 129 Tools Menu List................................................................................................................................................ 130 Common Service Settings............................................................................................................................ 144 Machine Clock/Timers ............................................................................................................................ 144 Energy Saver Settings............................................................................................................................. 147 Audio Tones................................................................................................................................................ 148 Screen/Button Settings .......................................................................................................................... 149 Paper Tray Settings ................................................................................................................................. 152 Image Quality Adjustment................................................................................................................... 156 Reports.......................................................................................................................................................... 158 Maintenance .............................................................................................................................................. 159 Watermark .................................................................................................................................................. 161 Secure Watermark.................................................................................................................................... 163 Force Annotation...................................................................................................................................... 166 Print Universal Unique ID (ApeosPort Series Models Only) .................................................... 167 Image Log Control (ApeosPort Series Models Only).................................................................. 168 Notify Job Completion by E-mail....................................................................................................... 170 Other Settings............................................................................................................................................ 170 Copy Service Settings.................................................................................................................................... 186 Copy Tab - Features Allocation........................................................................................................... 186 Preset Buttons............................................................................................................................................ 187 Copy Defaults ............................................................................................................................................ 187 Copy Control............................................................................................................................................... 192 Original Size Defaults.............................................................................................................................. 194 Reduce/Enlarge Presets.......................................................................................................................... 195 Custom Colors............................................................................................................................................ 195 Annotations - Create Comments ....................................................................................................... 195 Connectivity & Network Setup .................................................................................................................. 196 Port Settings............................................................................................................................................... 196 Protocol Settings....................................................................................................................................... 201 Machine's E-mail Address/Host Name ............................................................................................ 204 Proxy Server Settings (ApeosPort Series Models Only) ............................................................. 205 EP Proxy Server Setup............................................................................................................................. 206 SIP Settings................................................................................................................................................. 207 T.38 Settings............................................................................................................................................... 210 Outgoing/Incoming E-mail Settings................................................................................................. 210 Remote Authentication/Directory Service...................................................................................... 212 Security Settings....................................................................................................................................... 217 Other Settings............................................................................................................................................ 222 Print Service Settings..................................................................................................................................... 223 Allocate Memory....................................................................................................................................... 223
  6. 6. 6 Delete Form.................................................................................................................................................225 Other Settings.............................................................................................................................................225 Scan Service Settings.....................................................................................................................................230 Screen Defaults..........................................................................................................................................230 Scan Defaults..............................................................................................................................................231 Scan to PC Defaults..................................................................................................................................233 Original Size Defaults ..............................................................................................................................234 Output Size Defaults................................................................................................................................234 Reduce/Enlarge Presets ..........................................................................................................................235 Other Settings.............................................................................................................................................235 Fax Service Settings........................................................................................................................................238 Screen Defaults..........................................................................................................................................238 Fax Defaults ................................................................................................................................................239 Fax Control...................................................................................................................................................240 Fax Received Options ..............................................................................................................................245 Reduce/Enlarge Presets ..........................................................................................................................246 Original Size Defaults ..............................................................................................................................246 Local Terminal Information..................................................................................................................246 Internet Fax Control.................................................................................................................................248 E-mail/Internet Fax Service Settings .......................................................................................................251 E-mail Control.............................................................................................................................................251 Address Book Settings...................................................................................................................................254 Folder Service Settings ..................................................................................................................................255 Job Flow Service Settings (ApeosPort Series Models Only) ............................................................256 Media Print Service Settings .......................................................................................................................257 Stored File Settings.........................................................................................................................................258 Web Applications Service Setup (ApeosPort Series Models Only)...............................................260 Server Certificate Verification Settings............................................................................................260 Server Setup ................................................................................................................................................262 Other Settings.............................................................................................................................................263 Web Browser Setup.........................................................................................................................................264 Setup.....................................................................................................................................................................266 Create Folder...............................................................................................................................................266 Stored Programming................................................................................................................................268 Create Job Flow Sheet.............................................................................................................................268 Create Job Flow Sheet Keyword..........................................................................................................277 Add Address Book Entry .........................................................................................................................277 Create Fax Group Recipients................................................................................................................284 Add Fax Comment....................................................................................................................................285 Paper Tray Attributes ..............................................................................................................................285 Accounting .........................................................................................................................................................286 Create/View User Accounts...................................................................................................................286 View Accounts ............................................................................................................................................289 Reset User Accounts.................................................................................................................................290 System Administrator's Meter (Copy Jobs)....................................................................................291 Accounting Type........................................................................................................................................291
  7. 7. Table of Contents 7 Accounting Login Screen Settings..................................................................................................... 292 Fax Billing Data......................................................................................................................................... 293 Accounting/Billing Device Settings ................................................................................................... 293 Authentication/Security Settings............................................................................................................. 296 System Administrator Settings........................................................................................................... 296 Authentication........................................................................................................................................... 297 Allow User to Disable Active Settings............................................................................................... 305 Job Status Default.................................................................................................................................... 305 Overwrite Hard Disk................................................................................................................................. 306 6 CentreWare Internet Services Settings....................................................................................... 309 Installation of CentreWare Internet Services ..................................................................................... 310 Preparations................................................................................................................................................ 310 Configuration on the Machine............................................................................................................ 311 Starting CentreWare Internet Services.................................................................................................. 312 Configuring Machine Settings Using CentreWare Internet Services......................................... 313 7 Printer Environment Settings.......................................................................................................... 317 Print Overview .................................................................................................................................................. 318 Installation When Using USB Port........................................................................................................... 321 Step 1 Preparations ................................................................................................................................. 321 Step 2 Configuration on the Machine ............................................................................................. 321 Step 3 Configuration on the Computer........................................................................................... 322 CentreWare Internet Services Setting Items................................................................................ 322 Installation When Using TCP/IP (LPD/Port 9100)............................................................................. 323 Step 1 Preparations ................................................................................................................................. 323 Step 2 Configuration on the Machine ............................................................................................. 323 Step 3 Configuration on the Computer........................................................................................... 324 CentreWare Internet Services Setting Items................................................................................ 324 Installation When Using NetWare .......................................................................................................... 326 Step 1 Preparations ................................................................................................................................. 326 Step 2 Configuration on the Machine ............................................................................................. 326 Step 3 Configuration on the Computer........................................................................................... 327 CentreWare Internet Services Setting Items................................................................................ 328 Installation When Using Microsoft Network (SMB)......................................................................... 329 Step 1 Preparations ................................................................................................................................. 329 Step 2 Configuration on the Machine ............................................................................................. 329 Step 3 Configuration on the Computer........................................................................................... 330 CentreWare Internet Services Setting Items................................................................................ 330 Installation When Using Internet Printing Protocol (IPP).............................................................. 331 Step 1 Preparations ................................................................................................................................. 331 Step 2 Configuration on the Machine ............................................................................................. 331 Step 3 Configuration on the Computer........................................................................................... 332 CentreWare Internet Services Setting Items................................................................................ 332 Installation When Using EtherTalk ......................................................................................................... 333 Step 1 Preparations ................................................................................................................................. 333 Step 2 Configuration on the Machine ............................................................................................ 333
  8. 8. 8 Step 3 Configuration on the Computer ...........................................................................................334 CentreWare Internet Services Setting Items.................................................................................334 8 E-mail Environment Settings............................................................................................................335 E-mail Overview................................................................................................................................................336 Preparations.......................................................................................................................................................337 Installation Procedures .................................................................................................................................339 Step 1 Enabling Port and Setting up TCP/IP..................................................................................339 Step 2 Configuring E-mail Environment ..........................................................................................340 CentreWare Internet Services Setting Items.................................................................................341 9 Scanner Environment Settings........................................................................................................343 Scan Service Overview...................................................................................................................................344 Configuration of Store to Folder...............................................................................................................346 Step 1 Enabling Port and Setting up TCP/IP..................................................................................346 Step 2 Registering a Folder...................................................................................................................347 Step 3 Configuring a Computer ..........................................................................................................347 Configuration of Scan to PC .......................................................................................................................348 Step 1 Preparations..................................................................................................................................348 Step 2 Enabling Port and Setting up TCP/IP..................................................................................349 Step 3 Configuration on the Computer ...........................................................................................350 Configuration of Store to USB ...................................................................................................................351 Step 1 Available USB Memory Devices............................................................................................351 Step 2 CentreWare Internet Services Setting Items...................................................................351 Configuration of Network Scanning (Job Template Scanning)....................................................352 Step 1 Preparations..................................................................................................................................352 Step 2 Enabling Ports and Setting up TCP/IP................................................................................352 Step 3 Configuring the SNMP Port.....................................................................................................353 Step 4 Configuration on the Computer ...........................................................................................353 Configuration of Scan to Home (ApeosPort Series Models Only)................................................354 Step 1 Preparations..................................................................................................................................354 Step 2 Enabling SMB Port and Setting up TCP/IP .......................................................................354 Step 3 Configuring Remote Authentication...................................................................................355 Step 4 Configuring Scan to Home......................................................................................................356 Step 5 Configuration on the Computer ...........................................................................................357 Configuration of Job Flow Sheets.............................................................................................................358 Step 1 Enabling Ports and Setting up TCP/IP................................................................................358 Step 2 Configuring the SNMP Port.....................................................................................................359 Step 3 Configuration on the Computer ...........................................................................................359 Configuration of Store & Send Link .........................................................................................................360 Step 1 Configuring E-mail......................................................................................................................360 Step 2 Enabling Authentication..........................................................................................................360 Step 3 Other Settings ..............................................................................................................................360 Step 4 CentreWare Internet Services Setting Items...................................................................361 Configuration of Store to WSD..................................................................................................................362 Step 1 Preparations..................................................................................................................................362 Step 2 Enabling Port ................................................................................................................................362
  9. 9. Table of Contents 9 Step 3 Confirmation on the Computer............................................................................................ 363 10 Using IP Fax (SIP) ............................................................................................................................... 365 IP Fax (SIP) Overview.................................................................................................................................... 366 Preparations...................................................................................................................................................... 367 System Requirements for the Machine........................................................................................... 367 Settings by System Configuration..................................................................................................... 367 Installation Procedures................................................................................................................................. 368 Step 1 Enabling Port and Setting up TCP/IP................................................................................. 368 Step 2 Configuring the SIP User Name........................................................................................... 369 Step 3 Configuring Fax Environment............................................................................................... 369 Step 4 Configuring the SIP Server ..................................................................................................... 370 Step 5 Registering the VoIP Gateway.............................................................................................. 371 11 Using the Internet Fax Service.......................................................................................................373 Internet Fax Overview ................................................................................................................................. 374 Preparations...................................................................................................................................................... 374 System Requirements for the Machine........................................................................................... 374 E-Mail Environment ................................................................................................................................. 375 Installation Procedures................................................................................................................................. 376 Step 1 Enabling Port and Setting up TCP/IP................................................................................. 376 Step 2 Configuring E-mail Environment.......................................................................................... 377 Step 3 Testing the Internet Fax.......................................................................................................... 378 12 Using the Server Fax Service........................................................................................................... 379 Server Fax Overview ...................................................................................................................................... 380 Preparations...................................................................................................................................................... 380 System Requirements for the Machine........................................................................................... 380 Installation Procedure................................................................................................................................... 381 Installation Overview.............................................................................................................................. 381 Step 1 Fax Settings.................................................................................................................................. 381 Step 2 Setting the Server Fax Feature............................................................................................. 382 13 Encryption and Digital Signature Settings................................................................................. 385 Encryption and Digital Signature Overview......................................................................................... 386 Types of Certificate ................................................................................................................................. 386 Encryption Features for Communication........................................................................................ 386 Encryption and Digital-Signature Features for Scan Files ....................................................... 387 Configuration of HTTP Communications Encryption ...................................................................... 388 Installation Overview.............................................................................................................................. 388 Step1 Configuration on the Machine............................................................................................... 388 Step2 Configuration on the Computer............................................................................................ 389 Configuration of Encryption using IPSec.............................................................................................. 390 Installation Overview.............................................................................................................................. 390 Step1 Import and Configuration of a Certificate ....................................................................... 390 Step2 Configuration on the Machine (Configuration of IPSec)............................................ 391 Step3 Configuration on the Computer............................................................................................ 392 Configuration of E-mail Encryption/Digital Signature..................................................................... 393
  10. 10. 10 Installation Overview...............................................................................................................................393 Step1 Configuration on the Machine ...............................................................................................393 Step2 Configuration on Sender and Recipient .............................................................................395 Configuration of PDF/DocuWorks/XPS Signature (ApeosPort Series Models Only).............397 Installation Overview...............................................................................................................................397 Step1 Configuration on the Machine ...............................................................................................398 Step2 Configuration on the Computer.............................................................................................399 14 Authentication and Accounting Features...................................................................................401 Overview of Authentication and Accounting Feature......................................................................402 Overview of Authentication Feature.................................................................................................402 Overview of Accounting Feature.........................................................................................................403 Authentication..................................................................................................................................................404 User Types Managed by Authentication Feature........................................................................404 User Roles and Authorization Groups...............................................................................................404 Types of Authentication.........................................................................................................................406 Types of Account Administration.......................................................................................................407 Authentication and Accounting Relationship ...............................................................................408 Services Controlled by Authentication....................................................................................................409 Overview .......................................................................................................................................................409 Services Restricted by User ID Authentication..............................................................................409 Services Restricted by the Combined Use of Smart Card Authentication and User ID Authentication...........................................................................................................................412 Authentication for Job Flow Sheets and Folders................................................................................415 Overview .......................................................................................................................................................415 When the Authentication Feature is Disabled..............................................................................417 When the Authentication Feature is Enabled ...............................................................................420 Jobs Manageable by Account Administration.....................................................................................424 Configuration for Authentication.............................................................................................................427 Installation Overview...............................................................................................................................427 Enabling Authentication ........................................................................................................................427 Changing the Default Authorization Group Settings.................................................................430 Creating an Authorization Group .......................................................................................................430 Configuration for IC Card Reader (Optional).......................................................................................432 Step 1 Preparations..................................................................................................................................432 Step 2 Logout Method Using the Smart Card...............................................................................432 Step 3 Registering Smart Card Information..................................................................................433 Configuration for Account Administration ...........................................................................................434 Step 1 Selecting an Accounting Type...............................................................................................434 Step 2 Registering User Information................................................................................................434 User Authentication Operations................................................................................................................436 Authenticating Login Users...................................................................................................................436 Changing Passcode ..................................................................................................................................437 15 Problem Solving....................................................................................................................................439 Troubleshooting...............................................................................................................................................440 Machine Trouble..............................................................................................................................................441
  11. 11. Table of Contents 11 Image Quality Trouble ................................................................................................................................. 446 Trouble during Copying................................................................................................................................ 452 Unable to Copy.......................................................................................................................................... 452 The Copy Result is Not What was Expected.................................................................................. 453 Trouble during Printing................................................................................................................................. 456 Unable to Print .......................................................................................................................................... 456 The Print Result is Not What was Expected................................................................................... 457 Trouble during Faxing................................................................................................................................... 459 Sending Problems..................................................................................................................................... 459 Receiving Problems.................................................................................................................................. 463 Trouble during Scanning.............................................................................................................................. 467 Unable to Scan with the Machine ..................................................................................................... 467 Unable to Import Scanned Documents to the Computer ....................................................... 468 Unable to Send a Scanned Document over the Network (FTP/SMB) ................................. 469 Unable to Send E-mail............................................................................................................................ 470 The Image is not What was Expected............................................................................................. 470 Network-related Problems........................................................................................................................... 472 When using SMB....................................................................................................................................... 472 When using NetWare.............................................................................................................................. 474 When using TCP/IP.................................................................................................................................. 478 When using EtherTalk............................................................................................................................. 479 CentreWare Internet Services Problems ......................................................................................... 480 E-mail Features Problems...................................................................................................................... 481 Internet/Intranet Connection Problems......................................................................................... 482 IPv4 and IPv6 Connection Problems................................................................................................ 483 Media Print - Text Trouble........................................................................................................................... 486 Media Print - Photos Trouble...................................................................................................................... 487 Error Code .......................................................................................................................................................... 488 Other Errors................................................................................................................................................. 571 Paper Jams ........................................................................................................................................................ 572 Paper Jams in Top Left Cover A.......................................................................................................... 573 Paper Jams in Bottom Left Cover C .................................................................................................. 574 Paper Jams in Top Left Cover D.......................................................................................................... 575 Paper Jams in Trays 1 to 4.................................................................................................................... 576 Paper Jams in Tray 3 (When Tandem Tray Module is Installed).......................................... 576 Paper Jams in Tray 4 (When Tandem Tray Module is Installed).......................................... 577 Paper Jams in Tray 5............................................................................................................................... 577 Paper Jams in Tray 6 (HCF B1) ........................................................................................................... 578 Paper Jams in Duplex Module B......................................................................................................... 580 Paper Jams in Finisher-A1..................................................................................................................... 580 Paper Jams in Finisher-B1 ..................................................................................................................... 581 Paper Jams in Finisher-C1 / Finisher-C1 with Booklet Maker.................................................. 582 Document Jams............................................................................................................................................... 591 Duplex Automatic Document Feeder B1-C (optional) .............................................................. 591 Duplex Automatic Document Feeder B1-PC (optional)............................................................ 593 Stapler Faults.................................................................................................................................................... 595 Staple Jams in Staple Cartridge (For Finisher-A1) ...................................................................... 595
  12. 12. 12 Staple Jams in Staple Cartridge (For Finisher-B1) .......................................................................597 Staple Jams in Staple Cartridge (For Finisher-C1 or Finisher-C1 with Booklet Maker).................................................................................................................................599 Staple Jams in Booklet Staple Cartridge (For Finisher-C1 with Booklet Maker)..............600 16 Appendix .................................................................................................................................................603 Specifications....................................................................................................................................................604 Printable Area ...................................................................................................................................................624 Standard Printable Area.........................................................................................................................624 Extended Printable Area.........................................................................................................................624 Internal Fonts....................................................................................................................................................625 Optional Components ...................................................................................................................................627 ESC/P-K Emulation ..........................................................................................................................................630 Emulation .....................................................................................................................................................630 Fonts...............................................................................................................................................................631 Output Feature...........................................................................................................................................631 ESC/P-K Emulation Print Features ......................................................................................................632 ESC/P-K Emulation Settings..................................................................................................................632 Magnification Table.................................................................................................................................639 Paper Size and Number of Printable Characters..........................................................................643 PDF Direct Print................................................................................................................................................645 PDF Direct Print Settings........................................................................................................................645 DocuWorks Direct Print.................................................................................................................................647 DocuWorks Direct Print Settings.........................................................................................................647 PCL Emulation...................................................................................................................................................649 Emulation .....................................................................................................................................................649 Fonts...............................................................................................................................................................650 Output Feature...........................................................................................................................................651 PCL Emulation Settings...........................................................................................................................651 HP-GL2 Emulation...........................................................................................................................................656 Emulation .....................................................................................................................................................656 Fonts...............................................................................................................................................................656 Output Feature...........................................................................................................................................657 Factory Default Settings ........................................................................................................................657 HP-GL/2 Emulation Settings .................................................................................................................658 Hard Clip Area ............................................................................................................................................664 Printable Area.............................................................................................................................................665 Auto Layout.................................................................................................................................................667 Notes and Restrictions...................................................................................................................................674 Notes and Restrictions on the Use of the Machine.....................................................................674 Notes and Restrictions on the Use of the Copy Feature...........................................................679 Notes and Restrictions on the Use of the Print Feature............................................................679 Notes and Restrictions on the Use of the Scan Features..........................................................682 Notes and Restrictions on the Use of the Fax Feature..............................................................688 Notes and Restrictions on the Use of the E-mail/Internet Fax Feature..............................690 Notes and Restrictions for IP Fax (SIP)............................................................................................694 Notes and Restrictions when Connecting with Internet Service Provider..........................696
  13. 13. Table of Contents 13 Notes and Restrictions on the Interrupt Mode ............................................................................ 698 Notes and Restrictions on Folders ..................................................................................................... 700 Notes and Restrictions when Connecting to Internet or Intranet........................................ 700 Notes and Restrictions when Operating from Computers....................................................... 701 Notes and Restrictions on Job Flows ................................................................................................ 702 Notes and Restrictions on the Security Features......................................................................... 703 Notes and Restrictions on the Authentication and Accounting Features......................... 704 Notes and Restrictions for Using SMB............................................................................................. 704 Notes and Restrictions for Using TCP/IP ........................................................................................ 706 Notes and Restrictions for Using EtherTalk................................................................................... 707 Notes and Restrictions for Using Bonjour ...................................................................................... 708 Notes and Restrictions for IPv6 Connection.................................................................................. 708 Notes and Restrictions for Print E-mail............................................................................................ 710 Notes and Restrictions for Custom Paper....................................................................................... 710 Using the Telephone ..................................................................................................................................... 711 Placing a Call.............................................................................................................................................. 711 Activity Report.................................................................................................................................................. 713 EP System........................................................................................................................................................... 717 Glossary............................................................................................................................................................... 718 Index.................................................................................................................................................................... 721
  14. 14. 14
  15. 15. 1 Before Using the Machine This chapter describes the organization of this guide and conventions used in this guide. Preface...............................................................................................................................................16 Types of Manuals..........................................................................................................................17 Using This Guide............................................................................................................................18 Interface Cables.............................................................................................................................21 Energy Saver Mode.......................................................................................................................23 Customizing the Control Panel.................................................................................................27 Entering Text...................................................................................................................................36
  16. 16. 1 Before Using the Machine 16 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Warning: This equipment will be inoperable when mains power fails. Preface Thank you for selecting the ApeosPort-IV C5575/C4475/C3375/C3373/C2275, DocuCentre-IV C5575/C4475/C3375/C3373 (hereafter referred to as "the machine"). This guide is intended for system administrators, and provides maintenance information such as how to replace consumables, how to configure network, and troubleshooting procedures. The guide assumes that you are familiar with a personal computer and that are knowledgeable of computer networks. When you need additional information, refer to the manuals provided with the personal computer, operating system, and network products. After reading this guide, be sure to keep it handy for quick reference. It will be useful in case you forget how to perform operations or if a problem occurs with the machine. For more information on how to copy, print, scan, and fax, refer to the User Guide. For information about optional components for the Print feature, refer to the guide provided with each optional component.
  17. 17. Types of Manuals 17 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Types of Manuals The following guides are provided with the machine. Accompanying Manuals User Guide (Document CD-ROM) The guide describes all the necessary steps for copy, print, scan, and fax. Administrator Guide (this guide) (Document CD-ROM) The guide is intended for system administrators, and describes how to configure network and how to solve problems that may occur with the machine. This guide also describes daily maintenance and the system settings procedures. Quick Reference Guide (Booklet) The guide describes the basic operations of the machine, as well as daily management and maintenance. Manual (HTML) The manual describes installation and configuration procedures for print drivers and the printer environment. This manual is included in the Driver CD Kit. Print Driver Help The help describes print features and operations. CentreWare Internet Services Help The help describes how to change various settings of the machine using a web browser, and how to import scanned data to a computer from the machine. Guides for Optional Components Optional components are available for the machine. Some of them come with user guides. The guides for optional components describe all the necessary steps for using the optional components and installing the software.
  18. 18. 1 Before Using the Machine 18 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Using This Guide This guide is intended for system administrators, and provides maintenance information such as how to replace consumables, how to configure network, and troubleshooting procedures. Organization of This Guide This guide consists of the following chapters. 1 Before Using the Machine Describes the organization of this guide and conventions. 2 Paper and Other Media Describes the types of paper and other media that you can use on the machine and how to load media in a tray. 3 Maintenance Describes how to replace consumables and to clean the machine. 4 Machine Status Describes how to check the faults that occurred on the machine and to print various reports/ lists. 5 Tools Describes the procedures to set up the system. 6 CentreWare Internet Services Settings Describes how to use CentreWare Internet Services. 7 Printer Environment Settings Describes the settings to use the Print feature on the machine. 8 E-mail Environment Settings Describes the settings to use various services via e-mail on the machine. 9 Scanner Environment Settings Describes the settings to use the Scan services on the machine. 10 Using IP Fax (SIP) Describes the settings to use the IP fax (SIP) service on the machine. 11 Using the Internet Fax Service Describes the settings to use the services via the Internet Fax service on the machine. 12 Using the Server Fax Service Describes how to use the Server Fax service on the machine. 13 Encryption and Digital Signature Settings Describes how to configure the machine to use the Encryption and the Digital Signature features with your communications and documents.
  19. 19. Using This Guide 19 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 14 Authentication and Accounting Features The machine has the Authentication feature to restrict the availability of services for each feature and the Accounting feature to manage the use of each feature based on the Login Type selected. 15 Problem Solving Describes troubleshooting procedures to solve the problems with the machine. 16 Appendix Describes the specifications of the machine, optional accessories, and cautions/restrictions. Conventions The screen shots and illustrations used in this guide vary depending on the machine configuration and optional components installed. Some of the items in the screen shots may not be displayed or available depending on your machine configuration. The procedures in this guide may vary depending on the driver and utility software being used due to the upgrades. In this guide, "Computer" refers to a personal computer or workstation. The following terms are used in this guide: The following symbols are used in this guide: Important : Important information that you should read. Note : Additional information on operations or features. " " : A cross-reference included in this guide. Names of CD-ROM, features, and touch screen messages and input text. [ ] : Folders, files, applications, button or menu names displayed on the touch screen. Names of menus, commands, windows, or dialog boxes displayed on the computer screen and their buttons and menu names. < > button : Hardware buttons on the control panel. < > key : Keys on the keyboard of the computer.
  20. 20. 1 Before Using the Machine 20 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Orientation of documents or paper is described in this guide as follows: , ,Long Edge Feed (LEF):Loading the document or paper in portrait orientation when viewed from the front of the machine. , ,Short Edge Feed (SEF):Loading the document or paper in landscape orientation when viewed from the front of the machine. > : Path to a certain item within a procedure on the control panel. For example: When you see the procedure "select [Tools] > [Setup] > [Create Folder]", this means that you need to select [Tools], select [Setup], and then select [Create Folder]. Path to a certain item within a procedure on a computer. For example: When you see the procedure "to search for files and folders, click [Start] > [Search] > [For Files or Folders]", this means that you need to click [Start], click [Search], and then click [For Files or Folders] to search for files and folders. Cross-reference For example: "Refer to "5 Tools" > "Common Service Settings" > "Audio Tones" in the Administrator Guide." The sentence above means that you need to refer to the section "Audio Tone", which can be found under "Common Service Settings" in chapter 5 Tools of the Administrator Guide. LEF Orientation Paper feed direction SEF Orientation Paper feed direction
  21. 21. Interface Cables 21 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Interface Cables When you connect he machine directly to your computer, use the USB interface. When you connect the machine to a network, use the Ethernet interface. Using the USB Interface The USB interface of the machine supports USB 2.0. This section describes the installation procedures for the USB interface. 1 Press the power switch to the [ ] position to switch off the power. 2 Make sure that the touch screen is blank and the <Energy Saver> button does not light up. 3 Open the front cover. 4 Press the main power switch to the [ ] position to switch off the main power. 5 Remove the rear right cover. 6 Connect the USB cable to the USB 2.0 interface connector. 7 Return the rear right cover to its original position. 8 Connect the other end of the USB cable to the computer. 9 Press the main power switch to the [ | ] position to switch on the main power. 10 Close the front cover. 11 Press the power switch to the [ | ] position to switch on the power. 12 Restart the computer.
  22. 22. 1 Before Using the Machine 22 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 For more information on setting items, refer to "Printer Environment Settings" (P.317). Using the Ethernet Interface The Ethernet interface of the machine supports the following three types. 1000BASE-T 100BASE-TX 10BASE-T Note •1000BASE-T is not supported for some models. An optional component is required. This section describes the installation procedures for the Ethernet interface. 1 Press the power switch to the [ ] position to switch off the power. 2 Make sure that the touch screen is blank and the <Energy Saver> button does not light up. 3 Open the front cover. 4 Press the main power switch to the [ ] position to switch off the main power. 5 Remove the rear right cover. 6 Connect the network cable to the Ethernet interface connector. Note •Always use the correct network cable with your network connection. When you replace the cable, contact our Customer Support Center. •To use the Ethernet interface as the Gigabit Ethernet interface, install the Gigabit Ethernet Kit (optional). 7 Return the rear right cover to its original position. 8 Press the main power switch to the [ | ] position to switch on the main power. 9 Close the front cover. 10 Press the power switch to the [ | ] position to switch on the power. For more information on setting items, refer to "Printer Environment Settings" (P.317).
  23. 23. Energy Saver Mode 23 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Energy Saver Mode The machine is equipped with the Energy Saver mode that reduces the power consumption by saving the electricity to the machine when no copy or print data is received for a specified time. The Energy Saver has two modes: the Low Power mode and the Sleep mode. When you press the <Energy Saver> button or do not use the machine for a specified period of time, the machine enters the Low Power mode. When time exceeds the time specified in the Low Power mode, the machine then enters the Sleep mode. Press the <Energy Saver> button on the control panel to enter the Energy Saver mode. It extinguishes the touch screen and lights up the <Energy Saver> button on the control panel. To activate the machine, press the <Energy Saver> button. Pressing the <Energy Saver> button extinguishes the light and deactivates the Energy Saver mode. Note •When the following device is connected to the machine and a user operates the device, the Low Power mode can be deactivated without pressing the <Energy Saver> button. If the machine is in the Sleep mode, however, the Sleep mode will not be deactivated by the following operation. Set the time long to elapse until the machine enters the Sleep mode from the Low Power mode. For information on how to change the interval to enter the Low Power mode and Sleep mode, refer to "Changing the Interval for Entering Energy Saver Mode" (P.24). - Touch the card to IC Card Reader (optional) •When the machine is in the Authentication mode, the Authentication mode is exited once the machine enters the Low Power mode. Low Power Mode The Low Power mode reduces the power to the control panel and the fusing unit. It extinguishes the touch screen and lights up the <Energy Saver> button on the control panel. To activate the machine, press the <Energy Saver> button. Pressing the <Energy Saver> button turns off the light and deactivates the Energy Saver mode. Note •While the machine is in the Low Power mode, the power supply to the fusing unit is also reduced. Sleep Mode The Sleep mode reduces the power to the machine even more than the Low Power mode. It turns off the touch screen and lights up the <Energy Saver> button on the control panel. To activate the machine, press the <Energy Saver> button. Pressing the <Energy Saver> button turns off the light and deactivates the Energy Saver mode. It takes longer time than the Low Power mode to deactivate the Sleep mode and enable to use the machine. Note •When you press the <Energy Saver> button during the Energy Saver mode, the touch screen lights up. At this point, the scanner and the output devices remain the Energy Saver mode. Afterwards, by operations such as using the touch screen, opening or closing of the document cover, and loading paper in the document feeder, you can make the devices necessary to activate the machine exit the Energy Saver mode and make the machine ready to start exiting the Energy Saver mode. •When you make the machine exit Energy Saver mode by pressing the <Energy Saver> button, the machine does not immediately identify the movements such as opening or closing of the front cover. To make the machine identify these operations, exit all Energy Saver mode by operating the control panel (for example, pressing the <Machine Status> button) before opening the front cover. •If you replace toner cartridges or supply paper during the Energy Saver mode, the machine does not identify these changes. Before performing these operations, exit Energy Saver mode by pressing the <Energy Saver> button and the <Machine Status> button on the control panel. •The Energy Saver mode is not exited by the following operations: - Charge Print - Secure Print - Delayed Print
  24. 24. 1 Before Using the Machine 24 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 - Private Charge Print - Faxes stored in folders - Direct Fax - Accessing a folder of the machine using CentreWare Internet Services •The control panel remains lit off and only the output devices exit the Energy Saver mode by the following operations: - Print - Sample Print - Print Fax •When [Deactivation With Smart WelcomEyes] is set to [Enabled] under [Tools] > [System Settings] > [Common Service Settings] > [Energy Saver Settings], and human presence is detected, the machine automatically exits the Energy Saver mode. •When the following device is connected to the machine and a user performs the following operation, the Low Power mode can be deactivated without pressing the <Energy Saver> button. If the machine is in the Sleep mode, however, the Sleep mode will not be deactivated by the operation. By setting longer time to elapse until the machine enters the Sleep mode, you can make the machine to exit the Energy Saver mode without pressing the <Energy Saver> button. For more information on how to change the time to elapse until the machine enters the Sleep mode, refer to "Changing the Interval for Entering Energy Saver Mode" (P.24). - Touch the card to IC Card Reader (optional). •When the machine enters the Low Power mode during a user is authenticated, the machine exits the authentication mode. Changing the Interval for Entering Energy Saver Mode This section describes the procedures for setting the Energy Saver mode. To activate the Energy Saver, set the time to elapse until the machine enters the Low Power mode as well as the time to elapse until the machine enters the Sleep mode. Note •You can set the time to elapse until the machine enters the Low Power mode and the Sleep mode from 1 to 240 minutes in 1 minute increments. •When the interval setting specified for the Sleep Mode is the same as that specified for the Low Power mode, the machine ignores the Low Power mode setting. 1 Press the <Log In/Out> button. 2 Enter the system administrator's user ID with the numeric keypad or the keyboard displayed on the screen, and select [Enter]. When a passcode is required, select [Next] and enter the system administrator's passcode, and select [Enter]. Note •The default user ID is "11111". •The default passcode is "x-admin". <Log In/Out> button
  25. 25. Energy Saver Mode 25 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 3 Select [Tools] on the [Services Home] screen. Note •When the [Services Home] screen is not displayed on the touch screen, press the <Services Home> button. 4 Select [System Settings] > [Common Service Settings] > [Energy Saver Settings]. 5 Select [Energy Saver Timers], and then select [Change Settings]. 6 Using [ ] and [ ], set the time to elapse until entering the Energy Saver mode, in 1 minute increments. From Last Operation to Low Power Mode Set the time to elapse from the last operation until the machine enters the Low Power mode. Note •The default value for [From Last Operation to Low Power Mode] is [1] minute. You cannot disable the Low Power mode. •The timer does not start counting until the operator leaves the detectable area of Smart WelcomEyes. The Access Lamp lights up while the machine detects human presence. From Last Operation to Sleep Mode Set the time to elapse from the last operation until the machine enters the Sleep mode. Note •The default value for [From Last Operation to Sleep Mode] is 1 minute. To make the machine enter the Low Power mode, set a longer period of time for [From Last Operation to Sleep Mode] than for [From Last Operation to Low Power Mode]. •The timer does not start counting until the operator leaves the detectable area of Smart WelcomEyes. The Access Lamp lights up while the machine detects human presence. 7 Select [Save]. 8 Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Tools] screen is displayed. 9 Select [Close].
  26. 26. 1 Before Using the Machine 26 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Completely Disabling Smart WelcomEyes This section describes how to disable Smart WelcomEyes completely. 1 Press the power switch to the [ ] position to switch off the power. 2 Make sure that the touch screen is blank and the <Energy Saver> button is not lit. 3 Open the front cover. 4 Press the main power switch to the [ ] position to switch off the main power. 5 Cover the Smart WelcomEyes pyroelectric sensor with the sticker provided with the machine. Important •Make sure that the Smart WelcomEyes pyroelectric sensor is covered with the sticker completely. 6 Press the main power switch to the [ | ] position to switch on the main power. 7 Close the front cover. 8 Press the power switch to the [ | ] position to switch on the power.
  27. 27. Customizing the Control Panel 27 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Customizing the Control Panel You can change the services displayed on the touch screen or the features assigned to the buttons to make best use of the machine. This section describes how to change the screen default, the services displayed after Auto Clear, the services displayed on the [Services Home] screen, and the services assigned to the custom buttons, and how to adjust the screen contrast. For information on how to change the other settings of the control panel, refer to "Screen/Button Settings" (P.149). Changing the Screen Default You can change the screen displayed when the machine is turned on or the Energy Saver mode is deactivated The [Services Home] screen is displayed by factory default. 1 Press the <Log In/Out> button. 2 Enter the system administrator's user ID with the numeric keypad or the keyboard displayed on the screen, and select [Enter]. When a passcode is required, select [Next] and enter the system administrator's passcode, and select [Enter]. Note •The default user ID is "11111". •The default passcode is "x-admin". 3 Select [Tools] on the [Services Home] screen. Note •When the [Services Home] screen is not displayed on the touch screen, press the <Services Home> button. 4 Select [System Settings] > [Common Service Settings] > [Screen/Button Settings]. <Log In/Out> button
  28. 28. 1 Before Using the Machine 28 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 5 Select [Screen Default], and then select [Change Settings]. 6 Select a service you want to display. Note •Select [ ] to display the previous screen or [ ] to display the next screen. 7 Select [Save]. Setting the Screen After Auto Clear You can select the screen to be displayed after Auto Clear from [Last Selection Screen] or [Services Home]. For information on Auto Clear, refer to "Auto Clear" (P.145). 1 Press the <Log In/Out> button. 2 Enter the system administrator’s user ID with the numeric keypad or the keyboard displayed on the screen, and select [Enter]. When a passcode is required, select [Next] and enter the system administrator's passcode, and select [Enter]. Note •The default user ID is "11111". •The default passcode is "x-admin". 3 Select [Tools] on the [Services Home] screen. Note •When the [Services Home] screen is not displayed on the touch screen, press the <Services Home> button. <Log In/Out> button
  29. 29. Customizing the Control Panel 29 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 4 Select [System Settings] > [Common Service Settings] > [Screen/Button Settings]. 5 Select [Screen After Auto Clear], and then select [Change Settings]. 6 Select [Last Selection Screen] or [Services Home]. 7 Select [Save]. Customizing the Button Layout You can customize the services and the button layout displayed on the [Services Home] screen when you press the <Services Home> button on the control panel. Note •Services not supported by the machine will not be displayed on the screen. Grayed out buttons cannot be used as a result of malfunctioning. Copy Fax/Internet Fax E-mail Simple Copy Simple Fax Scan to PC Store to Folder Network Scanning (ApeosPort series models only) Store to USB Send from Folder Stored Programming Store & Send Link Note •This service is displayed when the User Authentication feature is used. Service buttons Additional feature buttons
  30. 30. 1 Before Using the Machine 30 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Job Flow Sheets (ApeosPort series models only) Web Applications (ApeosPort series models only) Media Print - Text Media Print - Photos Secure Print Sample Set Delayed Print Charge Print Private Charge Print Store to WSD Custom Services Note •This service is for service representative use. For more information, contact our Customer Support Center. Language Screen Brightness Setup Calibration Activity Report Fax Receiving Mode Print Mode Lockout Printer/Release Printer Note •WSD stands for Web Services on Devices. •[Lockout Printer]/[Release Printer] is not displayed by default. To display this feature, select [Allow User to Lock Out] in [Printer Lockout] under [Tools] > [System Settings] > [Common Service Settings] > [Machine Clock/Timers], and then assign [Disable Auto Printing] to a button on the [Services Home - Additional Features] screen. Services Home You can select service buttons, which are displayed on the [Services Home] screen. If you select [(Not Assigned)], the position of the selected button becomes blank. 1 Press the <Log In/Out> button. <Log In/Out> button
  31. 31. Customizing the Control Panel 31 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 2 Enter the system administrator’s user ID with the numeric keypad or the keyboard displayed on the screen, and select [Enter]. When a passcode is required, select [Next] and enter the system administrator's passcode, and select [Enter]. Note •The default user ID is "11111". •The default passcode is "x-admin". 3 Select [Tools] on the [Services Home] screen. Note •When the [Services Home] screen is not displayed on the touch screen, press the <Services Home> button. 4 Select [System Settings] > [Common Service Settings] > [Screen/Button Settings]. 5 Select [Services Home], and then select [Change Settings]. Note •Select [ ] to display the previous screen or [ ] to display the next screen. 6 Select the position where you want to assign a service. Note •Select [ ] to display the previous screen or [ ] to display the next screen. •The layout of the buttons in this screen corresponds to the layout of those on the [Services Home] screen. 7 Select a service you want to display on the [Services Home] screen. Note •Select [ ] to display the previous screen or [ ] to display the next screen. •You cannot assign the same feature to more than one button. 8 Select [Save]. 9 Select [Save].
  32. 32. 1 Before Using the Machine 32 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Services Home - Additional Features You can select additional feature buttons, which are displayed on the [Services Home] screen. If you select [(Not Assigned)], the position of the selected button becomes blank. You cannot assign [Setup] to [(Not Assigned)]. If you do not want to display the [Setup] button, select the [Show this in Admin mode] check box. 1 Press the <Log In/Out> button. 2 Enter the system administrator’s user ID with the numeric keypad or the keyboard displayed on the screen, and select [Enter]. When a passcode is required, select [Next] and enter the system administrator's passcode, and select [Enter]. Note •The default user ID is "11111". •The default passcode is "x-admin". 3 Select [Tools] on the [Services Home] screen. Note •When the [Services Home] screen is not displayed on the touch screen, press the <Services Home> button. 4 Select [System Settings] > [Common Service Settings] > [Screen/Button Settings]. 5 Select [Services Home - Additional Features], and then select [Change Settings]. <Log In/Out> button
  33. 33. Customizing the Control Panel 33 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 6 Select the position where you want to assign an additional feature. Note •The layout of buttons in this screen is corresponding to the layout of those on the [Services Home] screen. 7 Select a service you want to display on the [Services Home] screen. Note •Select [ ] to display the previous screen or [ ] to display the next screen. •You cannot assign the same feature to more than one button. 8 Select [Save]. 9 Select [Save]. Assigning Services to the Custom Buttons You can assign services to the <Copy>, <(Not in Use)>, and <Review> buttons on the control panel. Assigning a service to a custom button allows you to switch to this service without having to return to the [Services Home] screen. If you do not need to assign any service to a custom button, select [(Not Set)]. [Copy] is assigned to the <Copy> button and [Review] is assigned to the <Review> button by factory default, while the <(Not in Use)> button has no assignment. This section describes how to assign [Send from Folder] to the <(Not in Use)> button, as an example. Note •After you change the assignment, apply the labels provided with the machine. When you assign a service for which no label is provided, use a blank label and write down the service name with a permanent marker. The labels include the services that are not supported by the machine. 1 Press the <Log In/Out> button. <Log In/Out> button
  34. 34. 1 Before Using the Machine 34 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 2 Enter the system administrator’s user ID with the numeric keypad or the keyboard displayed on the screen, and select [Enter]. When a passcode is required, select [Next] and enter the system administrator's passcode, and select [Enter]. Note •The default user ID is "11111". •The default passcode is "x-admin". 3 Select [Tools] on the [Services Home] screen. Note •When the [Services Home] screen is not displayed on the touch screen, press the <Services Home> button. 4 Select [System Settings] > [Common Service Settings] > [Screen/Button Settings]. 5 Select [Custom Button 2], and then select [Change Settings]. Note •Select [ ] to display the previous screen or [ ] to display the next screen. 6 Select [Send from Folder]. Note •Select [ ] to display the previous screen or [ ] to display the next screen. 7 Select [Save].
  35. 35. Customizing the Control Panel 35 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Adjusting Screen Brightness You can adjust the screen brightness of the screen on the [Services Home] screen. 1 Select [Screen Brightness] on the [Services Home] screen. 2 Press [+] or [-] to adjust the screen brightness. 3 Select [Save]. To adjust the screen brightness from the [Tools] screen, refer to "Screen Brightness" (P.151). Changing the Feature Screen You can customize the features displayed on the initial screen of the following services on the [Services Home] screen. Copy Fax/Internet Fax E-mail Store to Folder Network Scanning (ApeosPort series models only) Scan to PC Store & Send Link Store to USB For information on how to change the settings, refer to "Copy Tab - Features Allocation" (P.186), "Screen Defaults" (P.230), and "Screen Defaults" (P.238).
  36. 36. 1 Before Using the Machine 36 BeforeUsingtheMachine 1 Entering Text During operations, a screen for entering text sometimes appears. The following describes how to enter text. You can enter the following characters: numerals, alphabets, and symbols Item Description Entering alphabets and numerals To enter uppercase letters, select [Shift]. To return to the lowercase letters, select [Shift] again. Entering symbols Select [More Characters]. Note •Depending on the keyboard, you can select a symbol from the pull-up options displayed on the bottom left of the screen. Entering a space Select [Space]. Deleting characters Select [Backspace] to delete one character at a time.
  37. 37. 2 Paper and Other Media This chapter describes the paper that can be used with the machine, precautions when handling paper, and how to load paper in trays. Paper Types......................................................................................................................................38 Loading Paper.................................................................................................................................50 Changing the Paper Size.............................................................................................................55 Changing the Paper Settings....................................................................................................60

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